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This show has been commercially released as "Dick's Picks, Vol. 4"
Subject: How do you listen to it if it has been comercially released??
I noticed Doug said he was able to listen to this today - how?? I would love to hear it, but it just says that it's been released as "Dicks Picks, Vol 4"
how do you get it to play?
I first came to this show via an old, old vinyl copy of "Bear's Choice" way back when, and later with DP4. Both selections are incomplete, so hear it here in full, one of the grand, great experiences with the Grateful Dead. You'll get context to those mysterious acoustic numbers, reference to where that absolutely overwhelming triptych finale in the 2nd set is placed. As good as it gets, and easily one of my all-time favorite shows.
You've likely heard fractions from this show in some form or another. CM's full board should be easy enough to find, given that it's pulled here from the archives. If you want to hear the early show, check out that hilariously mislabeled 2/12/70 set on the archives.
Subject: you can't get it here
so that's probably a reason for so little reviews. i have Dick's picks 4, but i wish i had this miller version of the show in its entirety...it really goes with out saying that this is the best that 1970 has to offer.
Da Red Rooster -
I was amazed that there were no reviews of this show, so I felt I had to weigh in. Simply one of the greatest shows ever, in brilliant sound. Five stars doesn't do it justice, especially the whole Dark Star sequence. There's a reason a chunk of this was included on one of the early Dick's Pick's. If you haven't heard it, you've been missing out on QUINTESSENTIAL Dead.